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Fast start puts Wolves up, strong finish gives Lions win

At Borah High School, both Borah and Timberline came out behind the hot shooting of individuals. Cody Spjute for Borah and Jarid Downey for Timberline both had 3 3-pointers each in the first quarter, accounting for all but four of...
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5A Southern Idaho Conference Preview

Here is a preview of each team in the 5A Southern Idaho Conference...
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Vallivue selected the team to beat

According to our poll taken on September 13, you selected Vallivue High School as the team to beat in the 5A Boys Southern Idaho Conference (see the results below). Vallivue head coach Scott Moore returns for his second year after...
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State Tourney Preview – Post Falls vs. Borah

This is part 4 of 4 state tournament previews Post Falls vs. Borah 8:00 PM at the Idaho Center This is probably the best match up of any first round game in the tournament. Both Post Falls (19-4) and Borah...
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Boys 5A SIC Statistics (through January 31)

Six teams are still in the hunt for the Southern Idaho Conference (SIC) title and eight teams still have a chance to finish in the top five and get an automatic spot in the district tournament. Borah and Capital are...
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Boys 5A SIC Player Stats (through January 24)

Here are the statistics for the 5A Southern Idaho Conference boys, thanks again to Steve Schroeder. Only 2.5 games separate first and fifth place. But, when it comes to qualifying for state, the more interesting look is at the race...
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5A Boys SIC Stats (through January 17, 2011)

Steve Schroeder has sent out this week’s 5A Boys SIC stats. Borah continues to dominate on defense (46.5 ppg) while Centennial keeps putting up big numbers (61.9 ppg) including two players that are in the top 5 in scoring. Percifield...
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Borah at Rocky Mountain Game Recap

It was a Black Out at Rocky Mountain High School but for the Grizzlies, they were mostly in the dark. Borah led most of the game through their steady style of play. Never too high or low, the Lions withstood...
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